conturbation

noun con·tur·ba·tion \ ˌkän‧tə(r)ˈbāshən \

Definition of conturbation

plural -s
archaic

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Origin and Etymology of conturbation

Middle English, from Latin conturbation-, conturbatio, from conturbatus (past participle of conturbare to disturb, from com- + turbare to disturb, from turba disorder) + -ion-, -io -ion


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